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February 24 · Issue #5 · View online
1/ Out Of Party Media Surges When They Loose The White House
What the infographic doesn’t tell you is that Drudge Report, Infowars, and Breitbart were all founded pre-Obama Admin and have been the cornerstones of conservative media.
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Why it matters: According to experts, digital technology has made it easier to exploit the political divisions that have always existed. Sarah Sobieraj, associate professor of Sociology at Tufts University, told CNN there has been an increase in political polarization in the U.S., but not nearly enough to account for this development. “The technological, regulatory, and media space has shifted into one in which this is profitable, and profit is the driving force.”
The recent explosion of right-wing news sites
2/ L.A. One Step Closer To Hosting The 2024 Olympics
Budapest to withdraw bid for 2024 Olympics, leaving L.A. and Paris as only contenders
3/ More Ads Coming To Your Facebook Video Experience
You didn’t think tasty cooking videos were going to to be ad-free forever, did you?
4/ Uber's Recent Purchase Otto Accused Of Stealing Secrets
Alphabet’s Waymo Sues Uber Over Self-Driving Car Secrets
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